The City’s catch-22: certify a test that left them open to a disparate impact suit, or refuse to certify and face a disparate treatment suit.
Author: Em Carpenter
The Supreme Court finds freedom of speech can be a defense to an otherwise valid claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED)
Our case of the week is the only known jury trial to be held before the United States Supreme Court: State of Georgia v. Brailsford.
It is utterly unsurprising nobody considered the impact of the law on victims or to ensure it did not further strip them of their will.
DeAngelo, who killed 13 people and raped over 50 women in a known span of 13 years, was sentenced to eleven consecutive life sentences.
Our Case of the Week made headlines, carrying on recent SCOTUS story lines like Gorsuch’s veneration and “John Roberts has abandoned his oath!”
The majority in the 5-4 Furman v. Georgia decision may have been a short per curiam, but all nine Supreme Court justices wrote seperately.